According to Frost & Sullivan, a rapid increase in cement production and low penetration rates are driving high growth in the South African and Nigerian cement additives markets. As competitive, regulatory and pricing pressures intensify, the demand for low-volume, high-performance additives, especially quality enhancers, will rise. Additive manufacturers must anticipate clients' evolving needs and innovate to succeed in a consolidated ecosystem.
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Slick, glassy skyscrapers cast their shadows over the streets and spaces of cities all over the world. These behemoths are notoriously inefficient: glass exteriors trap the sun's rays during summer and haemorrhage heat throughout the winter, requiring year-round air conditioning and climate control. Dark interiors necessitate vast arrays of bright lighting, while hundreds of computers whirr 24 hours, consuming even more electricity.
David Nicholson-Cole 1 day ago
Kouga Wind Farm, situated outside Oyster Bay, has been recognised for its strides in environmental management good practice. The 80MW plant was connected to the national energy grid in March last year.
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Environmental rights advocacy groups are questioning why major banks and state entities are investing in new-build coal-powered power station, when the South Africa is supposedly moving towards clean energy.
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StoneCycling was founded in 2013 by Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Tom van Soest and entrepreneur Ward Massa. The idea behind StoneCycling formed while van Soest was exploring sustainable construction methods during the course of his studies.
Emile Uys 2 days ago
VA International Architects are nearing completion of the mammoth two-year, R420m upgrade of the Greenacres Shopping Centre.
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As part of the Voluntary Rebuilding Programme (VRP) concluded with government in October this year, three major black-owned contractors have signed a development agreement with WBHO.
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Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport Ismail Vadi on Thursday, 1 December, officially opened an upgraded portion of the N14 freeway between Krugersdorp and Diepsloot.
6 Dec 2016
Invicta announced on Monday, 5 December, that its CE Charles Walters had resigned, with effect from January.
Andries Mahlangu 6 Dec 2016
Nigeria and Morocco are in talks over a huge project to extend a West African gas pipeline to stretch up towards Europe, officials say.
5 Dec 2016